NABVETS Black History Souvenir Journal 2017 – “Remembering Camp Logan”

NABVETS Black History Souvenir Journal 2017 – “Remembering Camp Logan” Click on the NABVETS Black Souvenir Journal 2017 as it is a very historic and informative document for everyone: Courtesy of: NABVETS Commander Region VIII Richard D. Kingsberry   ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


<<< CLICK ON EVENTS TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE TO REGISTER FOR THE CONVENTION >>> NABVETS 2018 NATIONAL CONVENTION AUGUST 23-26, 2018 Region VIII Charlotte, North Carolina Sheraton Charlotte Airport Hotel, 3315 Scott Futrell Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina 28208 For Hotel Reservation ~ PH: (800-325-3535) Ask for NABVETS Group Rate ($119.00 per … Read More

David J. Shulkin: Privatizing the V.A. Will Hurt Veterans

The New York Times OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR David J. Shulkin: Privatizing the V.A. Will Hurt Veterans David J. Shulkin in his office in Washington in 2017 when he was the secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs. (Credit: Gabriella Demczuk for The New York Times) By David J. Shulkin March 28, 2018 It has been my greatest professional … Read More

NABVETS 2018 Convention will be held in Charlotte NC 23-26 August

Greetings NABVETS Family, SAVE THE DATES, 23-26 August 2018.   NABVETS, Inc., National Convention will take place 23-26 August 2018 at the Sheraton Charlotte Airport Hotel, 3315 Scott Futrell Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina 28208. Additional information to follow (registration form to include cost, advertising form, sponsorship form, schedule of events, region/chapter responsibilities, etc…).  You … Read More

How to Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits While Receiving VA Benefits

Veterans are some of the country’s most valued and respected citizens. Most veterans with disabilities are cared for by the government through Veteran Affairs (VA), who provides disability benefits in proportion to the veteran’s disorder. However, some veterans with severe disabilities still find trouble financially making it day-to-day, even with their VA benefits. If you … Read More


AGENT ORANGE – A Toxic Legacy By Michelle Bearden The Vietnam War officially ended April 30, 1975, but its aftermath still lingers today in a war that thousands of surviving veterans still battle: The conflict over Agent Orange. In this special report, journalist Michelle Bearden examines how exposure to this herbicide and defoliant chemical – used … Read More

Veterans Get a NO COST Flu Shot!

Flu Season is here! Veterans protect yourselves and get a NO COST flu shot! The cold and flu season is upon us and the Department of Veterans Affairs has once again teamed up with Walgreens Pharmacies nationwide to allow all veterans who are currently enrolled in the VA healthcare system to be able walk into … Read More


Imagine losing $1,000 a month (the “average” disability check), $12,000 a year and $60,000 over a 5-year period ($120,000.00 if you push it to 10 years). That’s what’s happening to many of our Veterans because they don’t take the time to do the paperwork to file their claims or they don’t follow through to the … Read More

One Man Can Make a Difference – Mike Moses

Introducing Mike Moses, NABVETS Commander Chapter #0096 of Southern Maryland and his commitment to the veteran community and recent accomplishments representing the National Association for Black Veterans, Inc. (NABVETS) and his Chapter. Throughout the Month of June 2017, he has received several Community Awards pertaining to his veteran activities and support as a NABVETS Chapter … Read More

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